Photographer Richard Bradbury presents a detailed review of the as-yet unreleased Pixel King TTL triggers for Canon Speedlites. How do they fare?
We have been evaluating pre-production models of Pixel Enterprise’s upcoming Pixel King wireless TTL flash triggers for Canon. Do they work reliably? Are they easy to use? Find out in our first review.
Pixel Enterprise have announced the Pixel Rook, a compact flash trigger with Wireless Flash Grouping and TTL pass-through, to be released in May this year.
Photographic accessories manufacturer Pixel Enterprise Ltd. are releasing a new model of wireless flash trigger, the Pixel Soldier TF-37X. The new 2.4 GHz trigger builds on the Pawn TF-36X by adding wireless flash grouping and increased range.
Pixel’s Knight TR-332 TTL triggers (for Canon) have been given an extensive review, thanks to Clive Bolton.
Reviews on two portable DC monolights, plus a Groups feature announced in the Pixel TR-332 Canon E-TTL triggers. Read on for full reviews and details.
This week has seen the announcement of several new 2.4GHz triggers to challenge the dominance of Yongnuo’s RF-602 system. Will the following new offerings knock Yongnuo off its podium?
A USA eBay listing has appeared for a Pixel Knight TR-332 (Canon) TTL trigger set, plus some more info on their upcoming official release.
Pixel Enterprise have finished their TR-332 Canon TTL trigger and had them on show/for sale at PMA. The new product is named “Knight”.